crankygeeks 205 episode
This is episode 205 of crankygeeks. Here is the episode page description:
Run time 30:47Producer pcmagAudio/Visual sound, colorLanguage English
The FBI Wants Your Browser History, Google Announces Buzz, Sling Player Heads For the iPhone, and more...
What's new in Episode 205
Sebastian Rupley, Co-Crank, Editor, GigaOM.com
David Spark, Host, The Spark Minute
Carlos Rodela, Producer, Mevio
Google Announces Buzz Social Network
Google Buzz, the company's late entry into the modern-day social web launched today and despite multiple questions from journalists at today's press briefing at Google's HQ in Mountain View, Calif., today about the elephant in the room, the Buzz product team and executives couldn't manage a single utterance of the word "Facebook."
The FBI Wants Your Browser History
The FBI is pressing Internet service providers to record which Web sites customers visit and retain those logs for two years, a requirement that law enforcement believes could help it in investigations of child pornography and other serious crimes.
Sling Player Heads For the iPhone
It has taken almost a year, but on Thursday AT&T said it will start allowing Sling Media's SlingPlayer to work over its 3G network on the iPhone. SlingPlayer redirects TV signals from a home TV over the Internet . Skype too is coming to the iPhone.
Is It Pompous To Say You Don't Have a TV?
Why do people who don't have a television feel compelled to publicly announce that they don't have one? Asks David Spark in a recent column. Why do they?
Report From the Teens In Tech Conference
On a non-school day, Saturday, David Spark trotted down to Google's offices in San Francisco to attend the Teens in Tech conference. What did he learn there?
John C. Dvorak